Sega, MSX, Neo-Geo, Ocarina of Time Join Virtual Console

Sega adds four more titles and MSX and Neo-Geo games join the Virtual Console in Japan.

The legendary N64 title Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time will be released on the Wii’s Virtual Console in the U.S., today at 9 a.m. PST for 1,000 Wii Points. This title has already been released in Europe alongside Kid Icarus.

Games from the MSX and Neo-Geo systems will be added to Japan’s Virtual Console library. No specific Neo-Geo games have been confirmed, but Japanese Wii fans can expect Eggy and Aleste for 800 Wii Points apiece.

Sega, best known for its Sonic series, will soon add four more titles to the Wii’s virtual arcade. Sword of Vermilion, Vectorman, Sonic Spinball and Beyond Oasis will all be priced at 800 Wii Points.

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